A dreamer in a crazy world
Books for Fans of Sarah Dessen
Do you love books about real life struggles of teenagers who are complex characters? A bit of romance? Then these books are for you.
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This week’s quick picks for the books just hitting our shelves - plus the new, upcoming, or just plain old awesome books (Beauty Queens!!) if you’re in search of read-alikes!
If you loved The Glass Arrow, by Kristen Simmons, and you’d like to read another futuristic story about women’s rights, try:
If you loved No Parking at the End Times, by Bryan Bliss, and you’d like to read another story in which teens’ beliefs differ radically from their parents’, try:
If you loved Scripted, by Maya Rock, and you’d like to read another story about reality programming and/or sinister corporations, try:
If you loved Vanishing Girls, by Lauren Oliver, and you’d like to read another psychological suspense story about siblings, try:
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Since you mostly read realistic, and get overwhelmed by fantasy, you might try some standalone urban fantasy, which is like the real world with some sort of magical or supernatural element. One of my favorite authors is Holly Black! You might like The Coldest Girl in Coldtown or The Darkest Part of the Forest. Both are about real teenage girls who have ex-boyfriends and family issues, but also have to deal with things like a murderous vampire or a fairy prince.
They are funny, full of action, and even have a hint of romance. Hope that sounds good!